Julie Dillon (born in 1982) is an American artist specializing in science fiction and fantasy art. A freelance illustrator, Dillon has created images for games, book and magazine covers, and covers for musical albums. Dillon’s […]
With the new puppy, of course I have to share this chapter from ZERO SIGNAL.
The fear of robots has been there from the beginning — where I’m including creations like Frankenstein. At a mythological level, robots are our dark reflection. (They often look like us.) They instantiate our creeping […]
It’s hard not to read the work of freelance VFX artist Paul Chadeisson as a statement on climate change and civilizational collapse. But far from feeling preachy, his haunting megastructures inspire reflections of the deep […]
The paintings of Lithuanian artist Sarunas Macijauskas are just effing stunning, with killer usesof color and negative space. Note in his painting “Surgeon” how a spotless white carapace replicates the white coats of doctors, but […]
The work of French artist François Leroy, AKA Friendly Robot, looks like keyframes from some of the most awesome sci-fi movies never made, including several from the Star Wars universe. Find more by the artist […]
Digital artist Michael Black’s renders feature an insane amount of detail. Be sure to click on these to enlarge, and to visit Mr. Black’s ArtStation page.
“I hate being in the city.” Nio made a beeline for the coffee stand, which had a short line. “Why can’t we stay somewhere else?” Quinn followed. “Not feeling any better, I see.” “Meaning?” “Nothing, […]
Jeff McAteer’s fantastic characters manage to be completely fantastical while at the same time look utterly real — as if he had rendered the contents of cartoons like Ben10 or any number of comics into […]
Polish artist Reliah Szade paints a dark cybernetic mythos of techno-deities and tragically wounded transhuman heroes. Plenty of inspiration here for your next Shadowrun game.